Posts Tagged ‘Horace Andy’

African Rhythms, KFAI 02/26/15

February 26, 2015

Augustus Pablo Rockers meets King Tubby

Celebrating Jamaica’s Reggae Month (JaRIA) with two hours of ska, rock steady, reggae and dub — featuring Alton EllisOwen GrayThe EthiopiansHorace AndyCornell CampbellThe ItalsThe GladiatorsAugustus Pablo, and so many other great Jamaican musical artists on today’s African Rhythms. Check it: powered by KFAI – 90.3 FM Minneapolis – 106.7 FM St. Paul.


Reggae in the Bronx

April 15, 2009


Protege of Coxsone Dodd at Studio One in the mid-60’s, Lloyd Barnes moved to New York and established his own studio, Wackie’s, home of many seminal roots and dancehall recordings of the late 70’s and early 80’s, including Dance Hall Style by Horace Andy. Wackie’s closed in the late 80’s, but has since reemerged at a new Bronx location, complete with record shop on the first floor.

Temposphere, 11/29/08

November 29, 2008

Temposphere, KFAI, Saturday November 29, 2008, sitting in for Luke Andrews: into the deep dubby world of Sly & Robbie and their recent collaborations with Horace Andy and Amp Fiddler, plus tracks from Jazzanova’s new CD Of All The Things and a special early 80’s underground set with info on the upcoming Bush Tetras reunion in Minneapolis. You can stream the show here for two weeks; set list follows the break.


Horace Andy with Sly & Robbie

November 28, 2008

More Taxi productions! It completely passed me by that roots legend Horace Andy recently cut a record with Sly and Robbie. Here’s visual proof: a video for I’m Alive (from the CD Livin’ It Up).